Specialist care for adults in Dorset with a life limiting illness

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Supporting Bereaved Children, Young People, and Families

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Who is this training suited to?

Schools, Chaplaincy, Pastoral Care Teams and all Health and Social Care workers.

Course content

A one day experimental workshop exploring the issues faced by bereaved children, young people and families and how we can support them. Includes exploring the challenges of supporting bereaved families and what can help; an understanding of death and dying and grief at different developmental ages and stages; an introduction to models of grief and resources that can help.

Learning outcomes

A better understanding and increased confidence to support bereaved children, young people and families, including knowledge of ‘grief’ at different age and stages, models of bereavement and strategies to support those we work with.

A Weldmar Hospicecare certificate will be provided upon completion.

Please contact the Education and Development Department for further details:

Telephone: 01305 756928

Email: educationandevelopment@weld-hospice.org.uk

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